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France, Germany, Belgium report first monkeypox cases

Manila Bulletin 21 May 2022
PARIS, France — France, Belgium and Germany on Friday reported their first ... And in Belgium, microbiologist Emmanuel Andre confirmed in a tweet that the University of Leuven’s lab had confirmed a second of two cases in the country, in a man from the Flemish Brabant.
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Belgium Detects First Two Monkeypox Cases, France Confirms One Case

Urdu Point 20 May 2022
Lab testing has confirmed two cases of monkeypox in Belgium, Marc Van Ranst, a professor of virology at the Catholic University of Leuven, said on Friday ... cases of monkeypox in Belgium, Marc Van Ranst, a professor of virology at the Catholic University of Leuven, said on Friday.
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France, Germany, Belgium report first monkeypox virus cases

Al Jazeera 20 May 2022
France, Belgium and Germany have reported their first cases of monkeypox, joining ... And in Belgium, microbiologist Emmanuel Andre confirmed in a tweet that the University of Leuven’s lab had confirmed a second of two cases in the country, in a man from the Flemish Brabant.
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Global warming will 'substantially exceed' 1.5 degrees Celsius unless fossil fuel production plummets: study

Alternet 18 May 2022
"Some existing fossil fuel licenses and production will need to be revoked and phased out early." ... Thijs Van de Graaf of Ghent University in Belgium, a study co-author, similarly cautioned that "each new coal mine, gas well, or oil field that is developed deepens political entanglement with the fossil fuel industry." ... .
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Hundreds of Ancient Hunting Pits Discovered By Stonehenge

Ancient Origins 17 May 2022
Philippe De Smedt, associate professor at Ghent University, described the study in the University of Birmingham press release . ... ( University of Birmingham ). The BBC reports that the archaeological team, from the University of Birmingham, England, and the University of Ghent, Belgium, dated these pits to somewhere between 8200 BC and 7800 BC.
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Study finds many existing oil and gas sites must be shut down to avert climate disaster

Raw Story 17 May 2022
"Some existing fossil fuel licenses and production will need to be revoked and phased out early." ... Thijs Van de Graaf of Ghent University in Belgium, a study co-author, similarly cautioned that "each new coal mine, gas well, or oil field that is developed deepens political entanglement with the fossil fuel industry." ... .
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Study Warns Many Fossil Fuel Sites Must Be Shut Down to Avert Climate Disaster

truthout 17 May 2022
The paper, which relies on a commercial model of the world’s ... Thijs Van de Graaf of Ghent University in Belgium, a study co-author, similarly cautioned that “each new coal mine, gas well, or oil field that is developed deepens political entanglement with the fossil fuel industry.”.
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Millennia-old pits found at Stonehenge offer new insight into human activity at the monument

Henry Herald 16 May 2022
A team of researchers from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom and Ghent University in Belgium used geophysical sensors, excavations and computers to reveal the prehistoric land use of the Stonehenge site, including one large pit more than 10,000 years old that ...
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10,000-Year-Old Stonehenge Pits Show Site Was Used Earlier Than Previously Thought

IFL Science 13 May 2022
Archeologists from the University of Birmingham and Ghent University in Belgium used an array of geophysical sensors to catch a glimpse of what lies below the surrounding Stonehenge landscape ... Garwood, study author and Senior Lecturer in Prehistory at the University of Birmingham.
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Center for Truth and Justice to Hold International Conference on ‘Aftermath of War’

Asbarez 12 May 2022
Among the featured speakers are professors of international law from top universities in the U.S., Canada, Australia, France, Germany, the Philippines, Belgium, and more ... The conference is organized by the CFTJ in partnership with the American University of Armenia and the Russian-Armenian University.
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Astronomers capture 1st image of Milky Way's huge black hole

Winona Daily News 12 May 2022
The University of Arizona's Feryal Ozel called the black hole "the gentle giant in the center of our galaxy" while announcing the new image ... Michael Gillon of the University of Liege in Belgium led the research team that studied the star using the TRAnsiting Planets and PlanetesImals Small Telescope (TRAPPIST) at the La Silla Observatory in Chile.
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The Tai Ji Men Case Discussed in Leuven

Bitter Winter English 12 May 2022
Leuven, the capital of the Flemish Brabant in Belgium, is a city known throughout the world for its large and ancient universities. The first university was established there in 1425. Among Leuven’s universities, the Evangelical Theological Institute (ETF), whose origins date back ...
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Early Signs That Covid-19 Virus Is Evolving Differently, Experts Reveal | Mint

Live Mint 11 May 2022
The boost in transmissibility is similar in magnitude to the advantages that some other fast-spreading SARS-CoV-2 variants had over their predecessors, says Tom Wenseleers, an evolutionary biologist at the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium ... University in New York City.
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Blocking spike captors to counter COVID

Phys Dot Org 10 May 2022
Despite the effectiveness of vaccination campaigns worldwide, the threat posed by COVID-19 still exists ... This is the task that the team of David Alsteens, researcher at the Institute of Biomolecular Sciences and Technologies of University of Louvain (UCLouvain), Belgium, has been working on for the last two years ... Explore further ... More information ... L.
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Ironwood Pharmaceuticals to Present New IW-3300 and Linaclotide Data at Digestive Disease Week® 2022

Eagle-Tribune 09 May 2022
LinaclotidePatient-Derived Meaningful Change Thresholds In The Novel Abdominal Score Outcome Measure In Irritable Bowel Syndrome With Constipation (oral presentation; presentation number 179), by Jan Tack, M.D., Ph.D., University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium, will be presented on Saturday, May 21, 3.00 p.m.

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